Congratulations to both TEAM BISB Girls’ and Boys’ Football teams who attended the ENASA U19 Football Tournament in Prague last weekend. The girls won the competition and the boys were placed third. Below are summaries of the tournament by our coaches.
As part of their new Topic unit, “Chocolate,” the students from Year 3 visited the Bonbonetti chocolate factory on the Pest side of the city. Once there, the students were treated to a wonderful experience.
At BISB, we believe that the richness of our multilingual and multicultural community is something to celebrate. Our common language may well be English, but our common value is diversity. Appreciating other languages helps us to nurture our intercultural understanding and allows us to embrace diversity.
I imagine most parents and teachers can remember the days of being at school. While we eagerly watched the clock slowly inch towards the bell that would signal the end of the lesson, it was often at this time our teacher then said that dreaded word…homework!
Congratulations to the Halasz siblings: our students, David Halasz in Year 8 and Hanna Halasz in Year 7, performed in the recent Erkel Theatre performances of Billy Elliot. Hanna started in Billy Elliot this year as Tracey Atkinson while David performed Michael last year and Billy this year.
Students of the British International School Budapest have once again achieved strong results in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. BISB’s initial average score this year is 2½ points higher than the IB global average, maintaining the gap between ourselves and other IB schools around the world.